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UNA

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Address: One Rochester, 1 Rochester Park, 139212

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UNA at One Rochester exemplifies the robust and full flavours of Spain and Europe at the iconic Rochester enclave. Chef Jean-Philippe Patruno has designed an extensive menu of his signature Tapas and Parilla (Grills) with the freshest ingredients and authentic flavours.

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun: 11:00 - 16:00

Tio Pepe Sherry Bar: Mon to Sat 18:00 – 01:00

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UNA is a carnivore's dream

The Pluma Ibérica was a standout, and would satisfy any meat cravings with its dense woody yet juicy flavours intensified over the fire. There were some great and unique desserts too, such as the Pedro Ximénez Panna Cotta.

To find out which were the strongest dishes as well as look at some tasty pictures (not recommended for after 10pm at night), check out my post on UNA One Rochester Park Singapore.

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• 24 Aug 2015 • 15 reviews • 2 followers

Good food over-priced

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We went to UNA for the first time having tried their food at the Savour event which was excellent.

The setting is out of the city and charmingly nestled into the lush foliage of Rochester Park.

The service was quite typical for Singapore – unengagingly robotic but at least inoffensive.

The menu consists of mainly recognisable Spanish dishes executed to a very decent level,
where the quality ingredients tend to shine. They're not highly creative, but are full
of flavour, which is absolutely fine for an authentic Spanish tapas restaurant.

The issue is the pricing. Everything is at least 20% over-priced. For instance; $14 for 3 small croquettas, $62 for a very small paella, or $20 for a small Sangria. Because the food is authentic rather than being highly creative, there is nowhere to hide when comparing recognisable dishes with other tapas restaurants in town - who probably have higher rents!

If the owners of Una are being squeezed by a greedy landlord then they have my sympathy. However, settling on these elevated prices is a dangerous game in the highly competitve restaurant scene of Singapore.

Would I go back if the prices were 20% lower? Most probably.

Would I go back at their current prices? Sadly, never.




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• 22 May 2015 • 17 reviews • 2 followers

UNA is a carnivore's dream

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The Pluma Ibérica was a standout, and would satisfy any meat cravings with its dense woody yet juicy flavours intensified over the fire. There were some great and unique desserts too, such as the Pedro Ximénez Panna Cotta.

To find out which were the strongest dishes as well as look at some tasty pictures (not recommended for after 10pm at night), check out my post on UNA One Rochester Park Singapore.
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• 19 May 2015 • 215 reviews • 1 follower

Nice alfresco Spanish dining

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For full review and pics, do visit therantingpanda.com
 
 
 I would recommend starting off with some tapas as there are some worth trying ones on the menu. For hot tapas, the Grilled Octopus ($25) is one of the many specialties at UNA, where the grilled octopus comes with a bed of mashed potatoes. The freshness and soft texture of the octopus were amazing, and special mention goes to the equally good mashed potatoes.
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